ENGLISH - GRIKO DICTIONARY

Note: This dictionary is translated from an Italian - Griko Dictionary. Not speaking much Italian, I have translated it using an online translator and a good Italian - English dictionary. Nevertheless, and in spite of my best efforts, I am certain that there are many mistakes, and translation errors. Certain words defied my best efforts at translation. It is, therefore, a work in continuous progress.

I would especially like to thank Francesco Penza for invaluable assistance in this project.

a lot, very poddhý, adj.
a lot, so much, as much tosso, adj.
a lot t˛ssonna, adv.
abound, to bbiundŔo, v.
about (a) tze, cong.
abscess mbriÓkula, adj.
accident k˛ccia, f.
accumulation of stones kirimýtzi, n.
acid tzin˛, adj.
acorn velÓni, n.
adorn, to, to prepare parŔo, v.
after dep˛i, adv.
again ma(ta)pÓle or pale, adv.
ahead, in front ambr˛, adv.
ahead, straight tartŔa, adv.
aid visýa, f.
air ajŔra, f.
alfalfa trifiddho, n.
almond mŔndula, f.
almond tree mendulŔa, f.
along, distant, far away makrŔo, adj.
also puru, adv.
always panta, adv.
ambassador mandatÓri, m.
and ce, cong.
animal damÓli, ftin˛, n.
annex chronÓi, n.
anthill furmikarŔa, f.
anyone, the one who is pu, pron.
appear, to, to distinguish iteslf from others chorýzzo, v.
appear, to, it is made to see, to seem fŔnome, v.
apple milo, n.
apple preserves (quince) cit˛ni, n.
apple tree milŔa, f.
apricot tree parnak˛kkia, f.
April abrýli, m.
apron mantýla, f. mantýli, n.
Aquila Ókula, f.
architrave mb˛jiko, m.
argue tzitzimbrýe, f. pl.
arm like measure pichi, f.
arm vrachi˛na, m.
armpit vaskÓli, n.
aroma mirodýa, f.
arrive, to ttazzo(stazzo), v.
as long as, until rispu, riss˛pu, cong.
as long as riss˛pu, cong.
as far as, until, up to ris, conj.
ash statti, f.
ask, to jurŔo, v.
ask, to rot˛, v.
ask for, to jurŔo, v.
ass kolo, m.
astound, to smammÚo, v.
at all makÓ, adv.
attention skup˛, m.
August ag¨sto, m.
aunt tia, f.
awake, woken up tz¨nnito, adj.
axe scioparni, n.
baby bird pikulÓi, n.
back kut¨rsi, n.
back, dorsal thorn stavrý, n.
bad fiÓkko, kak˛, adj.
badly (misfortune), disease, harm, evil kak˛, n.
badly Óscima, adv.
bag sakk¨li, sakko n.
baker furnÓri, m.
balance veddhÓntzia, n.pl.
ball guÓri, n.
ball paddha, f.
baptism vÓttima, n.
barley kÓfeddha, n. pl.
barley krisÓri, n.
barn owl paparasciÓnni, m.
barrel varŔddhi, n.
barrel vutti, f.
basil misserik˛i, n.
basket kanýstri, m.
bat pondik˛ gresto, m.
bathe, to, to wash greno, palŔno, v.
bathed, wet agr˛, adj.
bay (branch) dÓfini, f.
bay (tree) dafinŔa, f.
be left over, to vantzŔo, v.
be passionate, to, to taste nkarnŔome, v.
be similar, to mmiÓzzo, v.
be struck dumb, to, to fall silent muttýzzo, v.
be, to, to stay steo, v.
beams rai, n. pl.
bean pas¨li, n.
beard rasa, f.
beast ftin˛, pr˛ato, n.
beat, to kopanýzzo, v.
beautiful ˛rrio, adj.
become blurred kamul¨so, adj.
become damp, to tzefrýome, v.
become hoarse, to mbrafŔo, v.
become ill, to dinat˛, v.
become stiff, to ntrutzŔo, v.
become thin, to lettiŔno, v.
become, to jŔnome, v.
bed gratti, n.
bee milýssi, n.
before proi, adv.
before pronÓ, adv.
before proppi, conj.
begin to, to rummiÓzzo, v.
begin, to ntzign˛, v.
behind ampý, adv.
behind pumpý, adv.
behind there ecimpý, adv.
being necessary (necessary things)telýmmata, n. pl.
believe, to pistŔo, v.
bell kampÓna, f.
beloved, dear, expensive kinip˛, adj.
belt lurý, n.
bend, to sciumbŔo, stra˛nno, v.
berry gra, f.
better kaio, adj.
within three days atzýnta-mesÓvvri, adv.
Biagio Vlasi, m.
bird pik¨li, n.
bird, chick puddhÓi, n.
bird puddhýmata
bitch sciddha, f.
bite, to dakkÓnno, v.
bitten dakkamÓ, f.
bitter prik˛, adj.
bitterness prikÓta, f.
black mavvro, adj.
blackberry bush skorpo, m.
blacken, to mavvrýzzo, v.
blacken, to, to dye of black kakka˛nno, v.
blanket, cover sci˛pi, f.
blasphemy jastýma, kÓtara, f.
blaze lÓmpara, f.
bless, to vlo˛, v.
blessed, holy jÓmu, escl.
blessed, holy vloimmŔno, adj.
blessing avloýa, f. vl˛ima, n.
blind cekÓo, tifl˛, adj.
blind person tifl˛, adj.
blind, to, to become blind cekŔo, v.
blister amp¨ddha, n.
blush, to rodignÓzzo, v.
body soma, n.
bone steo, n.
border podŔa, f.
border of the skirt podarŔddha, f.
border podŔa, f.
Borgagne Vrani, m.
Borgagnese vranýto, adj.
born, to be jennýome, v.
bower pergulŔa, f.
brace, to ftinno, v.
braced vrazzÓ, f.
brain mial˛, n.
bran pýtero, n.
branch of olive tree stroma, n.
brazier vroscŔra, f.
bread pappa, f. (inf.)
bread tzomý, n.
break a branch, to stromŔo, v.
breast pocket punghŔddha, f.
breast vizzý, n.
breed, to, bring up, to nastýnno, v.
Brindisi Vrýndisi, m.
broom for the furnace skupÓri, n.
brother aderf˛, m.
bruised mmarangiÓo, adj.
boil, to vrazzo, v.
boiled vrammŔno, adj.
bud last¨na, skiatt¨li, n.
bud výttulo, m.
bug cýmiko, m.
bug in the flour p˛nnula, f.
bump (on head)kul˛tzo, m.
bun, stuffed with olives vujÓ, f.
bundle, little demÓi, n.
burn, to ceo, v.
burn, to, to bubble purmizzo, v.
burnt kamŔno, adj.
burst, to, to pour sburrŔo, v.
but ma, cong.
butcher vuccŔri, m.
butcher's wife vuccŔrena, f.
butterflyajarÓi, n.
button nost¨li, n.
buy, to vorÓzzo, v.
cabbage m¨gnulo, n.
calculation, measure, meter metro, n.
calimerese kalimerýto, adj.
call, to fonazzo, v.
calm, carefree skuscetÓo, adj.
camomile fiurŔddhi, n.
campaign korÓfi, n.
cancel, to tzelŔo, v.
candle cerý, n.
cane kalÓmi, n.
cannolese kannulýto, adj.
cappa mantle, m.
caprice, whim strigno, m. zella, f.
caress musciulŔddha, f.
carob tree (fruit) tzelucŔrato, n.
carob tree tzelucerŔa, f.
carob tzelucŔrato, n.
carpignanese karpignan˛, adj.
Carpignano KarpignÓna, m.
carry away, to rrokkŔome, v.
carry, to, to lead perno, v.
Casarano KasarÓna, m.
case (conjuncture) ndemmÓ, f.
casing mai, n.
castle kastŔddhi, n.
Castrý Kastrýa, n. pl.
cat musci, n. m¨scia, f.
caterpillar kÓmpia, f.
certain, a sure one quaissatto, pron.
chaffinch (bird) frangýddha, f.
change, to ddhasso, v.
charm to, to cast a spell vaskŔno, v.
charm, to, to cast an evil eye mmaghŔo, v.
charm, witchcraft, evil eye vÓskama, n.
chatter, to, to quarrel strolekŔo, v.
cheat, swindler trabul¨na, m.
cheerful cher¨meno, adj.
cheese tirý, n.
cherry cerÓsi, n.
cherry tree cerasŔa, f.
chestnut tree kastagnŔa, f.
chew a bone, to rokanýmma, n., rokanizzo, v.
chew, to machýzzo, v.
chew, to vanganýzzo, v.
chick puddhý, n.
chilblain tzichraddhýta, f.
child pedÓi, n. redo, m. (also "son")
Christ Krist˛, m.
christen, to vattýzzo, v.
Christmas Krist¨, m.
church aglisýa, f.
clapper kut¨ni, n.
clay griddha, f.
clay vase from the tight neck for the wine piro, m.
clay washbowl limbo, m.
clay water jug mukÓla, f. stangatý, n. ambi¨li, n.
cleaned up (with water) pastrik˛, adj.
clearing rocha, f.
clergyman papa, m.
clock torl˛ci, n.
close (by), very near ecisimÓ, adv., also peri-peri
close up, to, viddhýnno, v.
close, to klinno, v.
cloth panný, n.
clothes rucho, n.
cloud sýnneko, n.
club k˛pano, n.
cluster ruk¨mi, n.
coal krÓuno, n.
coal, live vr˛scia, f.
cockroach skrafÓio, m.
cod lutzo, ni.
cold (cold time) tzichra, f.
cold tzichr˛, adj.
cold, to be riÓi (me) (impers.), v.
collapse, to kumbiÓzzo, v.
collect, to sian˛nno, v.
colored tissue, fabric pýnto, m.
communion cin˛nima, n.
companion asými, n,
complaint r¨ngulo, m.
compose poetry, to, to compose love poetry traudýzzo, v.
confess, to, to confess themselves tzemolo˛, v.
confession tzemolisýa, f.
confusion terrisbýjo, m.
contain, to chor˛, v.
content al˛charo, adj.
convene, to, also it is advisable (for me) to... confarsi previ (mu) (impers.), v.
convent kumŔnto, m.
cook, to marŔo, v.
cooked food marýo, m.
cool, to tzichrŔno, v.
core of cabbage trutza, f. torsolo
coriglianese korian˛, adj.
Corigliano d'Otranto KoriÓna, m.
cotton vambÓi, n.
count, to, also to tell, sometimes to speak kuntŔo, v.
country, also village paýsi, n.
countryside, inttotzu (ett˛tzu), adv.
courtyard avvlý, f.
cousins atzaderfi, f.
cousins atzaderf˛, in.
cover, esp. lid timpÓni, n.
cover, to sciopanno, v.
covered (all that it covers) sci˛pi, f.
covered entry of a house to a courtyard samp˛rto, m.
covered made of stoffe of turns out rakanŔddha, f.
covered mantili, m.
crab ka¨ri, n.
crack, to scizzo, v.
crack, to tzof˛, v.
crack, to, to die tzof˛, v.
cradle naka, f.
cramp ranko, m.
crease kalÓstra, f.
crest grista, f.
crib grattÓi, n.
cricket griddho, m.
cross stavr˛, n.
crow krÓulo, m.
crowd, group, league lia, f.
crucifix stavromŔno, adj.
crucifixion stavromŔno, adj.
crucify, to stavr˛nno, v.
cry, to, sing in mourning reputŔo, v.
cunning fellow ma¨na, m.
cure, to kkitŔo, v.
curl, torritzŔo, v.
curved sciumbÓo, adj.
cut with a scythe, to trapanýzzo, v.
dance, to chorŔo, v.,
dark skotin˛, adj.
daughter kiatŔra, f.
daughter-in-law grambý, f.
dawn, to tzemer˛nni (impers.), v,
day emŔra, mere,
day before yesterday prottÚ, adv.
December decŔmbri, m.
deep (field) fundo, m.
deep sfundÓo, adj.
defect machÓgna, f.
deflate, to tzeprýscio, v.
demolish, to sgarrŔo, v.
desire spilo, m. ankav¨1a, f.
detach a branch, to skonŔo, v.
detach, to tzekoddh˛, v.
devil dem˛ni, n. diÓvalo, m.
devour, to skafuddhŔo, v.
die, to pesŔno, v.
died (Death, personified) tÓnato, m.
din derrÓsso, frantiŔddhi m.
dip, to mbutt˛, v.
dirt kr˛bbia, n. pl.
dirty and disorderly man pulßndro, n.
dirty and disorderly woman pulßndra, f.
dirty and disorderly young man pulandr¨ddhi, m.
dirty water pilÓ, n. pl.
discover, to tzesciopÓnno, v., discover with the eyes: "skuperŔo"
disease dinamýa, l.
disease of the head (crazy?) ciofalýte, f., also cefalea
disentangle, to tzen˛nno, v.
dislocate, to spalŔo, v.
displeasure kakofŔni (impers.), v., (mu) kakofŔni (or "kakofŔnete") = It displeases (me), it seems to me a bad thing
divide, to merÓzzo, tzeschorýzzo, v.
divide, to skorýzzo, v.
divide, to, to separate tzeschorýzzo, v.
doctor messŔre, m.
dog sciddho, m.
door porta f.
double dipl˛, adj.
down there ecý kau, adv.
doze off, to mbasunŔo, v.
drawer tirat¨ri, n.
drink pinno, v.
drink a toast, to Vrýndisi, m.
drink, beverage, drink pinno, v.
drink, to pi (inf. da pinno), v.
drip, to rantýzzo, v.
drizzles purgulýzzi (impers.), v.
drop ranta, f.
druggist speziÓli, m.
dry pod farÓtzo, m.
dry stann˛, adj.
dry tzer˛, adj.
dry, to stann˛nno, v.
dry, to tzer˛nno, v.
dry, to, to become dry tzerŔno, v.
dry, to, to clean up ssunghýzzo, v.
dung kropo, m.
dung of the ox skafÓtza, f.
dung skat˛, n.
dunghill cip¨ri, n.
dye vamma, n.
dye, to vafo, v.
each pa' (passo), adj.
ear attý, n.
early riser pornýto, adj.
earthenware vase grasta, f.
earthworm lumbrýko, m.
eat a lot, to skafuddhŔo, v.
eat eagerly, to skaruf˛nno, v.
eat meat, to (in days of abstinence) marizzo, v.
eat, to troo, v.
eh, what?, uh? a, excl.
eight hundred ottok˛sce, adj.
eight ott˛, ett˛, adj.
eighteen dekott˛, adj.
eighty quattru-vinti, adj.
elbow guýto, m.
elsewhere addh¨, adv. addh¨tte, adv.
enough, to be kan˛, v.
enter, to mbenno, v.
entice, to ngulŔo, v.
equally isa, adv.
escape, to feo, v.
even makÓri, adv.
evening vrai, n.
every so often, sometimes quait˛ssonna, adv.
every passo (pa'), quai, adj.
every quai, adj.
everyone passonŔna, pron.
everywhere pukal¨tte, pukanÚ, adv.
everywhere pukanÚ, adv.
evil eye vÓskama, n.
except fore, adv.
extinguish, to sbinno, v.
extreme unction d˛gliuma, n.
eye ammÓi, n.
fade, to tzevÓfo, v.
failure klamma, m.
falcon jerÓi, n.
fall, to, to send petto, v.
fanello (bird?) franŔddhi, n.
far away larga, adv.
fart pordo, n.
fast nistik˛, adj.
fast nýstio, n.
fat (soil) lippo, m.
fat lipo, m.
fat, large pachŔo, adj.
father-in-law petter˛, m.
fatten, to lipariÓzzo, pachŔno, v.
fatten, to skaruf˛nno, v.
fava (plant) kucciÓra, f.
fava kuccý, n.
fear, great tremÓra, f.
February fleÓri, m.
fennel quer mÓlachro, n.
fern fiddhýtti, n.
festivity jortý, f.
field, countrysidekorÓfi
fifty pettýnta, adj.
fig (fruit) siko, n.
fig, dry askÓdi, n.
fig siko, n.
fig, that is not mature pi¨ guŔddha, f.
fig, that matures late zonto, m.
fig, tree sucŔa, f.
fig, mature zonto, m.
fig, withered on the tree kokulŔddha, f.
fig, young sucŔddha, f.
fill with smoke, to kannýzzo, v.
find, to vrisko, v.
finger dÓttilo, n.
fire fotýa, lumŔra, f.
fire, mine fotýamu, escl.
first pron˛, adj.
first wine (of the year) pr˛mmio, adj.
fist tÓfaro, m.
five hundred pentak˛sce, adj.
five pente, adj.
fix, to stiazzo, v.
fix, to, to prepare stiazzo (ttiazzo), v., also "to come to an agreement" for the reflexive form
flame lampa, f. pira, f.
flame, heat pira, f.
flare up, to bbampŔo, v.
flash, to astrŔi, strei, derlampŔi (impers.), v.
flatter, to kalopiÓnno, v.
flour levri, n.
flour mill milo, m.
flower fý¨ro, m.
flute frÓulo, m.
fly mia, f.
fly, to pet˛, v.
flying petan˛ adj.
focaccia (a kind of pizza) pitta, i.
peak pitta, f.
fog kam¨la, f.
food offered to the persons in mourning parasomýa, f.
foolish ng˛nghito, adj.
foolish tÓngaro, m.
foot poda, m.
forehead frontýli, n.
foreign tzenýa, f.
foreign tzeno, adj.
foreign, foreign country tzenýa, f.
foreigner tzeno, adj.
forest, wood daso, n.
forget, to limon˛, scerrŔo, v
forget, to tzemattŔnno, v.
fork furcýna, E
forty sarÓnta, adj.
four hundred tessarak˛sce, adj.
four tŔssara, adj.
fragment of pottery grastý, n.
frame of a wall pezz¨li, n.
Friday prasseý, f.
friend, companion filo, m.
friend kumpagnýssa, f.
friendship, peace filýa, f.
fright spramŔnto, m.
from ap¨, pu, prep.
from behind pumpý, adv.
from here putt¨, adv.
from pu, prep.
from this part etturtŔa, adv.
from when Ópoti, adv.
from where ap¨tte, adv.
from where putte, adv.
frost pao, m.
fry, to tianýzzo, v.
funnel vutŔddhi, n.
Galatina AspŔdro, m.
garbanzo beans ruitti, n.
garden cipo, m.
garlic skordo, n.
gash scimma, n.
gate of the courtyard port¨na, m.
ghost mommo, m.
gift, on the occassion of a baptism or wedding veterÓggio, m.
golden krusafŔgno, krus˛, adj.
girl kiaterŔddha, f.
give or to take the communion, to cinonýzzo, m.
give, to dio, v.
glances akkiÓja, n. pl.
gland mendulŔddha, f.
glass mi¨li, n.
glue koddh˛, v.
go, to pao, v.
goat itza, f.
God te˛, m.
godmother nunna, f.
gold krusÓfi, n.
good day, hello kalimŔra, excl.
good kal˛, adj.
gossip nekko, m.
grace chari, f.
graceful charitomŔno, adj.
grain stack in cone shape pign¨na, m.
grain stack pign¨na, m.
grain, wheat sitÓri, n.
granary granarŔa, f.
grandfather nonno, m.
grandfather tata mmea, m.
grandmother mali, f.
grandson anitzýa, f. anitzýo, m.
grape kokko, n.
grass chorto, n.
grass snake morŔna, f.
grasshopper vr¨kulo, m.
grasshopper, green and large tzitzupýu, m.
grasshopper, green vr¨kulo porceddhÓru, m.
gray ceramŔgno, adj.
graze, to vosci˛, v.
great-grandfather mbropÓppo, m,
great-grandmother mbronÓnni, f.
Greek griko, adj.
grow dark, to skotignÓzzi (impers.), v.
grow moldy, to mucidiÓzzo, v.
grow, to, to increase vantzŔo, v.
guard, to filÓsso, v.
guess, to mantŔo, v. mbestŔo, v.
guilty, to be fteo, v.
gum sangý, n.
gurgle, to, to mutter ruscŔo, v.
Hail Mary patrimÓ-nitt¨, n. pl.
hair maddhý, n.
hairpin for hats ruccŔtto, m.
half imisýa, f.
half ýmiso, mýscio, adj.
hammer martŔddhi, n.
hamper cista, f.
hand chera, f.
handful cherÓta, frankÓ, f.
handkerchief for the head makkal¨ri, n.
handkerchief makkalurÓi, n.
handle manýci, n.
handle of hoe margiÓli, n.
handle of the basket panÓri, n.
hang, to krem˛, v.
happen to go, to ntinni (impers.), v., also ndenno, ev˛ ndenno quai ti = I (go towards) something = something happens to me
happy makÓrio, adj.
hard sandstone pŔntuma, f.
hard tzelor˛, adj.
hardly hardly ecý-pu-cý, adv.
hare ala˛, m.
haste fuddha, f.
hat asciÓdi, n.
hate, to mis˛, v.
have a cold, to riÓi (me) (impers.), v.
have silks, to sikkŔo, v.
have, to echo, v.
have, to ndiÓzzete (impers.), v.
have to, to Ŕnna (na, impers.), v.
headache ponocŔfalo, m.
heap kul¨mi, n.
heap of manure kropŔa, f.
heart kardýa, f.
hearth kant¨na, m.
heat kama, n.
heat, to termŔno, v.
heavy varŔo, adj.
hedge sapÓli, n.
help, to vis˛, v.
hem (of the dress or the handkerchief) rafŔddha, f.
hemp kÓnnemi, f.
hen house puddhÓri, n.
hen ˛rnisa, f.
here (as in French "voilÓ") na, excl.
hidden krif˛, adj.
hide, to klinno, v.
high atzil˛, adj.
him on pron. (acc.)
hit, to kiafŔo, v.
hive milissÓri, n.
hoe tzinÓri, n.
hoe, to skatto, v.
hold, to (also to have) vast˛, v.
hole tripi, f.
Holy Masslutrýa, f.
holy water Óimma, f.
honey meli, n.
horn cŔrato, n.
hornet v˛mbiko, m.
horse ampÓri, n.
horseshoe sulinŔa, f.
hospital spidÓli, n.
hour ora, f.
house spiti, n.
house, small spitÓi, n.
how pos, adv., pos estei? how are you?
how much, as much as p˛sso, adj.
hunchback kut¨rsi, n.
hunger pina, f.
hunger, to have pinÓi (me) (impers.), v.
hunt, to guÓddho, v.
hurry up, to sian˛nnome (reflexive), v.
hurt, to, to ache pon˛, v.
husband andra, m.
hut, open on one side suppýnna, f.
I am hungry pinÓi (me) (impers.), v.
I ev˛, pron.
I went pirta, epýrta (pass. from pao), v.
ice citro, m.
ices, frost pao, m.
idea adŔa, f.
ignite, to, to light, to catch fire natto, v.
ignoring nÓtzero, adj.
immersion mbuttimÓ, f.
in es, prep.
in front p˙mbr˛, adv.
in middle stamŔsa, adv.
in mind, to memory of stann¨, adv.
in no place, nowhere p¨peti, adv.
in order not na mi, cong.
in order that na, cong.
in, at sta , prep. art.
in, at stus, prep. art.
in, to the stes, prep. art.
in, to the stin, prep. art.
in, to the sto, prep. art.
in, to the ston, prep. art.
in the middle, on the ground stamŔsa, adv.
increase, to chrondiŔno, v.
increase, to vantzŔo, v.
infiltrate, to trapanŔo, v.
injury, wound piaga, f.
injustice, wrong stra˛, n.
injustice, unsuitable thing, bad thing Ódeko, n.
ink of the small cuttlefish melÓna, f.
inn, pub, saloon putŔka, f.
innkeeper putekÓri, m.
innumerable amŔtrito, adj.
intelligence n˛isi, f.
interlace, to fiettŔo, v.
intestines dÓntera, n. pl.
iron (made of iron) siderŔgno, adj.
iron sýdero, n.
iron, to stirŔo, v.
it becomes nightnittonni (impers.), v.
itself satto, pron.
jamb stÓntaro, m.
January jennÓri, m.
Oh My God! KristŔmu ˛rriomu!, escl.
joy alocharýa, f.
joy charÓ, f.
jug for wine pisÓta, f.
juice fiskiulo, m.
July alonÓri, m.
jump tzumpo' m.
jump, to tzumpŔo, v.
june tero, n.
just just isa isa, adv.
kelp miliss¨na, m.
kernel melÓi, n.
key klidý, n.
kick, track podimÓ, n.
kick (maybe also soccer?) lattŔa, f.
kidskin itzarŔddha, f.
kill, to sfazzo, v.
king ria, m.
kiss filý, n. filimÓ, f.
kiss, to fýl˛, vucci˛, v.
kiss, to vucci˛, v.
kitten muscŔddha, f. musciÓi, n.
knead, to plazzo, v.
knee g˛nato, n.
kneel down, to gotanýzzo
knife machŔri, n.
knot kombo, pron.
know, to nnorýzzo, v.
know, to tzero, v.
laborious polemÓnto, adj.
lace krusci¨li, n.
ladder, little staircase skalýddha, f.
ladle katzýddha, f.
ladybug ornisŔddha, f.
lamb arný, n.
language, tongue glossa, f.
large case kasci¨na, m.
large chrond˛, adj.
large clay vase for oil or conserves petÓli, n.
large heap of stones sekla, f.
large needle akucŔddha, f.
last breath sakko, m.
latch varr¨na, mÓndalo, m.
layer, founded pÓto, m.
lead, to perno, v.
leaf fiddho, n.
lean, thin, fine, slim lett˛, nigr˛, adj.
learn, to, to teach mattŔnno, v.
leather kÓssima, f.
leave, to finno, v.
leave, to, to go away tarÓsso, v.
Lecce Luppýu, m.
Leccese luppi˛to, adj.
leg anka, f.
lemon lumýa, f.
Lent sarakostý, f.
lentil facý, f.
less pleon alýo, adj.
letter gramma, n.
liar tzematÓra, f., tzematÓri, m.
lie tzema, n. tzematarýa, e.
life zoý, f.
light (airhead) nŔmuro, adj.
light lafr˛, adj.
light lustro, m.
lightning stremma, n.
like it sia ka, sia ti, cong.
like kundu, sa (san), cong.
like pos, adv.
like sek¨ndu, adv.
like sia ka, cong.
like sia ti, cong.
like this, so, this way iu, adv.
lime asvŔsti, n.
linen, flax linÓri, n.
lip chilo, n.
listen, to kuo, v.
little brother aderfÓi, n.
small cheese kasulÓi, n.
little flower fiurÓi, n.
little lamb arnÓi, n.
little sheep pratinŔddha, f.
little sheep proat¨ddhi, n.
live coal vr˛scia, f.
liver fýkato, n.
lizard stavrýkula, f.
load, to fort˛nno, v.
lose weight, to lettiŔno, v.
love agÓpi, f.
love, to agap˛ (gap˛), v.
loved, dear agapit˛, adj.
lower, to kuŔo, miscŔome, v.
lower, to skalŔo, v.
lowland fundý, n.
lucky you makari˛ssu, escl.
lukewarm term¨ddhi, adj.
mace k˛pano, n.
magpie mita, pikal˛ja, f.
maize, ear (of corn) pipit¨li, n.
make a hole, to trip˛, v.
make a mistake, to strapat˛, v.
make bitter, to, to render bitter prikŔno, v.
make, to kanno, v.
marble mÓrmaro, m.
March marti, m.
marjoram tzÓntziko, n.
marker, sign simÓi, n.
marrow mial˛, n.
marry, to rmazzo, v.
marry, to stefan˛nno, v.
Martanese martan˛, adj.
Martano MartÓna, m.
Martignanese martignan˛, adj.
Martignano MartignÓna, m.
martyrdom mÓrturo, n.
mask majo, m.
master (craftsman), also teacher mÓscia, m.
mature (than one set offs to mature) mmilÓo, adj.
mature janomŔno, urmo, adj.
mature, to (to begin to) rummiÓzzo, v.
mature, to urmýazzo, v.
May mai, m.
measure, to metr˛, v.
meat krea, n.
meet, to ffruntŔo, v.
Melendugnese malandugn˛to, adj.
Melendugno Maland¨gnu, m.
melon pip˛ni, n.
meter mŔtro, n.
midnight imisinýtta, f.
mile (length measure) mijo, n.
milled mile mŔlina, f.
milk gala, n.
milk, to armŔo, v.
mill, to leso, v.
millepede trantap˛ddia, m.
miller mulinÓri, m.
million chij¨na, in.
millstone petrÓda, f.
mine dik˛mmu, adj.
mire moja, f.
miser stirŔo, adj.
mistake, to, to lack skapiddhŔo, v.
molar vangÓli, n.
moldy m¨cito, adj.
mole ne¨ddhi, n.
Monday deftŔra, f.
monk, small monek¨ddhi, m.
month mina, m.
moon fengo, m.
more ahead pleon ambr˛, adv.
more behind pleon ampý, adv.
more better kaio, adv.
more pleo, adv.
morning porn˛, n.
mortar mortÓri, n.
mosquito tzintzÓla, f.
mother mana, f.
mother-in-law petterÓ, f.
moustache mustÓi, n.
mouth lem˛, m.
mouthful mortzo, m.
move, tosio, v.
much more pleo ppoddhý, adj.
mucus mukko, in.
mud moia, f.
mud, dirty water pila n. pl.
murmur, to murmurýzzo, v.
mustard sinÓpi, n.
mutton krio, m.
nail from shoe ciÓppa, f.
nail with the wide head tÓccia, f.
name noma, n.
name, to nomatýzzo, v.
nape koddhÓri, n. lakkunŔddha, f.
napkin sparýddha, f.
necessary, to be ndiÓzzete impers), v.
neck of the bottle v¨kkulo, m.
neck sf˛ndilo, n.
necktie zacharŔddha, f.
needle vel˛ni, n.
neither, neither...nor... dÚ, dÚ...dÚ...
nest foddhŔa, f.
net retza, ditti, f.
new cin¨rrio, neo, adj.
niche, little icon akonŔddha, f.
nickname paran˛ma, par˛noma, n.
night nitta, f.
nine ennŔa, adj.
nine hundred enneak˛sce, adj.
nineteen dekannŔa, adj.
ninety annovýnta, quattru-vinti deka, adj.
nipple graŔddha, f.
no, not deje, (d)en, adv.
nobody kammýa, adj. f.
nobody kanŔna, adj. m. tispo, pron.
nobody, someone tin˛, pron., ex: ide tin˛? have you seen someone?
noise of wind, also other noises, like that of the sea r¨scio, m.
noon misciamŔra, f.
nose mitti, f.
nostril rus¨ni, n.
not deje, Ŕje, nde, adv.
not den (en, 'e), adv. mi, cong.
nothing kannÓmeno, n.
nothing tipo, pron.
notice, to, to discover skuperŔo, v.
nourish, to nutrikŔo, v.
November noembri, m.
now, right now arte, Órtena, adv.
nude junn˛, adj.
nun m˛neka, f.
nun, small (also a kind of orchid) monakŔddha, f.
nurse, to vizzÓnno, v.
oaf lantzo, m.
oak alýtza, f.
oak velanŔa, f.
oakum stuppý, n.
October ott˛bri, m.
of a month minÓriko, adj.
of a year chronŔgno, chronŔo, adj.
of course! achÓ, excl.
of the tis, art.f. sing. (gen.)
of the tos, art. pl. (gen.)
of there pucý, adv.
of tze, prep.
of who, to who tinos, pron.
of, about (him, her, them) dÚ, cong.
of, from tze, prep.
offend, to oftendŔo, vrizzo, v.
offense, wrong stra˛, n., ex: es¨ echi stra˛ = you're wrong, also adj.= twisted, crooked, left, left-handed
often pinnÓ, pinna, penna adv., f.
often, double, too much full pinn˛, adj.
ogre nanni-orko, m.
oh, dear! oimmŔna!, excl.
oil alÓi, n.
oil bottle kutr¨pi, n.
oil-lamp linno, m.
old palŔo, adj.
olive Óchriddho, m.
olive alŔa, f.
olive tree porÓti, n.
on all fours musci-musci, adv.
on horsebackankÓddhu, adv.
on purpose deputÓo, adv.
one by one eccŔna eccŔna, adv.
one hundred akat˛, adj.
onion krimbýdi, n.
open, to nitto, v.
opened nitt˛, adj.
or o, oj, cong.
orange rangi, n.
orange tree arangŔa, f.
oregano ariÓni, m.
other addho, adj.
otherwise andÚ, kandÚ, cong.
Otrantino terentin˛, adj.
Otranto Terent˛;, m.
ours dik˛mma, adj.
over, on panu, adv.
over, from above pupÓnu, adv.
overall of leather of the harvesters pittÓli, n.
overflow, full k¨limo, adj.
overtake, to, to open wide the legs skank˛nno, v.
owl, flirt kukkuÓscia, f.
ox vui, n.
pack-saddle ncinÓri vardŔddhi, n.
pain lipi, f. pono, m.
pain of head (headache) ponocŔfalo, m.
painted clay vase stangÓo, m.
pair zuguÓri, n.
palace palÓi, m.
palm pisamý, f.
palm, blessed vaý, n. (ta vaýa = Sunday of the palms)
pant, to lachagnÓzzo, v. sakkŔo, v.
pant, to, to gasp sakkŔo, v.
paper chartý, n.
parsley petrusŔlino, n.
part of the field where the plow does not pass skertzÓta, f.
paschal rubber ring kuddhura, f. gaddh¨tzi, m. panarÓi, n.
paste, to (bread dough) zim˛nno, v.
patch, topetz˛nno, v.
path, track stralýddha, f.
Paul PÓvlo, m.
peach perk˛ko, m.
peach pŔrsiko, n.
peach tree persikŔa, f.
peacock pav¨na, m.
pear treeappidŔa, f.
peasant gualÓno, m.
pebble paddh¨tzula, f.
peck, to pitzulýzzo, v.
peel, to kasŔrno, v.
peels kasÓrmata, n.pl.
pen, enclosure mandrý, n.
people jeno, n.
pepper pipŔri, n.
pepper (tree) piperŔa, f.
perforate, to trip˛, v.
perhaps soggŔste, telŔste, adv.
piece of tree branch takkar¨ddhi, n.
pig rekko, n., also kur¨ni or gr¨ni
pigeon picci¨ni, n.
piglet rekkuddhÓi, n.
pile up, to nkulum˛nno, v.
pill pýgnulo, m.
pine pigno, m.
pit fossý, n.
place topo, m.
plait, braid (of onions & garlic), pile pretzýta, f.
play, to pezzo, v.
please, to, it pleases me a lot, I like it a lot (mu) koddhÓ, v.
plow, to latrŔo, v.
plow Ólatro, n.
plowing aladrÓda, f.
plug, to viddh˛, v.
pocket punga, f.
pod of fava luýdi, n.
poke the fire, to skalýzzo, v.
pokerfisat¨ri, n.
pomegranate rudi, n.
pot tzukkÓli, n.
pot, small tzukkalÓi, n.
powder p¨rgula, f.
practical plÓttiko, adj.
praise, to lardŔo, v.
pray, to prakal˛, v.
pregnant Ŕtimi, adj.
prepare the bedstronno, v.
pretty kalŔddha, adj.
pretty kal¨ddhi, adj.
priest patŔra, m.
prickly pear (fruit) sikalýndi, n.
prickly pear (tree) sikalindŔa, f.
provocation, devil tantatzi¨na, f.
prune, to putŔo, v.
pull, to, to go, to head for sirno, v.
puncture pitzimÓ, f.
put itself, to val˛nnome, v.
put out of order, to, to ruin, to demolish, to miscarry katal˛, v.
put terýmmata, n. pý. tero, n.
put, to vaddho, v.
quarry tajÓ, f.
rag, piece of cloth petzý, n.
rain, to vrechi (impers.), v.
rain ner˛, n.
raise, to jŔrno, skonno, v.
rat, mouse pondik˛, m.
raw am˛, adj.
read, to melet˛, v.
reap, harvest, to terýzzo, v.
recover, to jeno, v.
red rodin˛, adj.
reel matassÓri, n.
remainders min˛mata, n. pl.
repent, to pentŔome, v.
reservior jistŔrna, f.
rest itself, to rifiskŔo, v.
rest rifisko, m.
restless tristar¨ddhi, nŔmpasto, adj.
riddle manta, f.
right pinnÓ, adv., f.
right, right-handed dorsýo, adj.
ring dattilýti, n.
road stra, f.
rock, to nannarýzzo, v.
Rome Romi, f.
rooster gaddho, m.
root rizza, f.
rope antzÓrti, sciný, n.
rope sciný, n.
rosary patrim˛, n.
rose rodo, n.
rosebush rodŔa, f.
rotten (egg) klýdio, adj.
rough chrond¨na, m.
rough, hard zonto, adj.
roulade of meat voiikatŔddha, f.
round sandwich puccŔddha, f.
rub, to trifulŔo, v.
rubble langÓ, f.
ruined katalimmŔno, adj.
ruminate, to rumbŔo, v.
run into, to, also to happen ndenno, v., ex: evo ndenno quai ti (I go into something)= something happen to me
run, to trecho, m.
rush avr¨ddho, n.
rush vruddho, n.
sacred image, icon ak˛na, f.
saddlebag visÓcci, n.
saddler vardÓri, m.
salt, to salŔo, v.
sandwich tzomÓi, n.
Saturday samba, n.
save, to sarvŔo, v.
say, to leo, v.
say, to pi (inf. of "leo"), v.
scare, to spramentŔo, v.
scissor tzalýdi, n.
scorpion, spider skorpi¨na, m.
scorranese skurran˛, adj.
Scorrano SkurrÓna, m.
scoundrel kai˛ta, m.
scratch, to rranf˛nno, v.
scratch (without injuring) tzio, v.
scream, to, also to call fonÓzzo, v.
scream, to skiddhŔo, v.
scythe trapÓni, n.
sea tÓlassa, f.
seam rafi, f. ramma, n.
seat of stone or wood pezz¨li, n.
see, to tor˛, v.
see, to vlepo, v.
seed sperma, n.
seed sporo, m.
seed, to sperno, v.
segment skulýta, f.
seize, to tzikk˛nno, v.
sell, to pul˛, v.
selvage ¨scia, f.
send, to mbietto, petto, v., also "mbiŔo" for "mbiŔtto" and "arýzzo", "petto" can be pronounced "pŔfto"
sensitive to cold tzichrammŔno, adj.
separation tzeschorýa, f.
September settŔmbri, m.
serpent, poisonous vasilýsko, m.
serranese serran˛, adj.
Serrano SerrÓna, m.
serum skero, n.
set the table, to paras˛nno, v.
seventeen dekattÓ, adj.
sew, to ratto, v.
shabby skalakÓzzi, m.
shadow ascýo, m.
shadow scio, n.
shake, to tinÓsso, v.
shake, to, shiver, tremble tramasso, v.
sheaf man˛kulo, n.
sheep pratýna, f.
sheep, beast pr˛ato, n.
sheet pla¨na, m.
shirt, blouse kÓmiso, m.
shoemaker skarpÓri, m.
short, lowkond˛, adj.
shorten, to kondiŔno, v.
shoulder plai, f.
show itself, to spaddhŔome, v.
show themselves, to, to show off spaddhŔome, v.
show, toditto, v.
sick dýnato, adj.
silks matÓtzi, f.
silks, to have sikkŔo, v.
silver asimŔgno, adj.
similar kumpagnýssa, f.
sing, to kantal˛, travud˛, v.
singe, to flaýzzo, v.
sketch, to nfiamŔo, v.
skill tenni, f.
skillful, straighttartŔo, adj.
skirt fustiÓno, m.
skull k˛kkalo, n.
sky ajŔra, m.
slap, to skiaffŔo, v.
sleep, to plonno, v.
sleep, to, to spreadplonno, v.
slice komma, n.
slide, to reo, v.
sling sfend˛na, f.
slip, to skulufr˛, v.
slowly slowly, under undervÓscia-vÓscia, adv.
slowly ssadýa, adv.
small almondmendulŔddha, f.
small applemilÓi, n.
small bud skiattulÓi, n.
little children kulusci˛bbia, n.
small courtyardavvlŔddha, f.
small hand cher¨ddha, f.
small hole tripŔddha, f.
small horn cerat¨ddhi, n.
small housespitÓi, n.
small knife macherÓi, n.
small nail from shoe simŔntza, f.
small painted clay vase stangatŔddhi, n.
small rags petz¨ddhia, n. pl.
small scroll marrukŔddha, f.
small stone tuddhi, n.
small tube kannulÓi, n.
smallish kond¨ddhi, adj.
smear, to mburdŔo, v.
smell mirodýa, f.
smell, to mirýzzo, v.
smell bad vrom˛, v.
smoke kann˛, m.
smoke, to kannýzzo, v.
snail marr¨ka, f.
snail monek¨ddhi, n.
snore, to roffulýzzo, v.
snow chi˛ni, n.
snow, to chionýzzi (impers.), v.
soak, to sponzŔo, v.
soaked pal˛, adj.
soap sap¨ni, n.
sobsind¨kkio, m.
sod paddh˛tta, f.
soft apal˛, adv.
softly treferÓ, adv.
Soglianese suian˛, adj.
Sogliano SujÓna, m.
some kammia, adj. f., also "kanena" for m. and n., or "quai" (adj.) (+ plural) for all
someone quaissÓtto, pron., kanŔna, adj. m. tispo, pron.
son, child pedý, n.
son in law gramb˛, m.
song tra¨di, n.
soot puddhýscino, n.
sour, wild arvo, gresto, adj.
sour lÓnfio, adj.
sow (female pig) rekka, f.
spark spitta, f.
speech amilýa, f.
spend, to spendŔo, v.
spin, to nneso, v.
spindle ratti, n.
spirit, soul tzichý, f.
spite skiÓtto, m.
split scimmat¨ra, f.
spoon kutÓli, n.
spread, to stronno, v.
spur of the rooster sper¨ni, n.
squeeze, to, in order to dry stranghýzzo, v.
staggering vÓndulo, m.
starve, to, to fast nistik˛nno, v.
steel stoma, m.
steel, steel part of the hoe stoma, m.
stem of the fruit kudŔtzi, n.
stench vromerýa, f. vromo, m.
stench vromýa, f.
step on, to, to tread on stomp˛, v.
step skal¨na, m.
stepmother matrýa, f.
stepped on, treaded stompimŔno, adj.
sternatese stamasŔo, adj.
Sternatia Starnaýtta, f.
stick (for mixing) roddho, n.
sticky koddhar˛, adj.
stinging nettle kinýta, f.
stinking vromer˛, adj.
stinking vromist˛, adj.
stomach stomach˛, n.
stone hut kalý, furný, n. furno, m.
stone slab, cliff, pebble plaka, f.
stool skanný, n.
stool, small skannÓi, n.
stoop, to mputzŔo, v.
stopper výddhima, n., also v¨ddhima
straight tartŔa, adv.
straight tartŔo, adj.
strangle, to strangulŔo, v.
strike, to kiafŔo, zafo, kopanýzzo, v.
strike, to, to beat pelek˛, v. to percuotere
string bean pasulÓi, n. pas¨li, n.
string sfýkomma, n.
stroke with an arm, for instance when you swim bracciata
strong dinat˛, fermo, adj.
strongly dinatÓ, ferma, adj.
stubborn ciofal¨to, adj.
stuff, things rucho, n.
stump (of a tree)kolÓkkio, m.
stupid woman stolÓra, f.
succeed, to rescŔo, v.
suffering patýmata, n. pl.
suit, todŔchete (impers.), v.
sulky expression rus¨ni, n.
summer kalocŔri, n.
sun beam, beam of bicycle rÓscio, m.
Sunday ciuriacý, f.
sure poka, excl.
swallow, to katapýnno, v.
swear, to jestimŔo, v.
sweat tromÓ, f.
sweat, to tronno, v.
sweep, to skupýzzo, v.
sweet glicŔo, adj.
sweeten, to glicŔno, v.
sweet-smelling mirist˛, adj.
swell, to prýscio, v., also prýsko
swelling, tumor prisma, n.
swim, to narŔo, v.
swiss chard seklo, n.
table tavla, f.
tail kuta, f.
tailor sart¨ri, m.
take, to pianno, v.
take, to, to sieze tzikk˛nno, v.
talkative fanfall¨na lachanÓri, m.
tantrum, whim strigno, m.
tape zacharŔddha, f.
tape, necktie zacharŔddha, f.
tear dammi, n.
tear, to spÓnno, n.
teared spammŔno, adj.
teaspoon kutalÓi, n.
ten deka, adj.
tender apal˛, trefer˛, adj.
Terimmata Terent˛, m.
than pi(ri) or pi(ra), cong.
that ka, pu, cong. and pron.
that pu, cong.
that ti, cong.
the day after tomorrow mesÓvvri, adv.
the next year fetisp˛rkete, adv.
the past year pŔrtzi, adv.
the ta, art. n. pl. i.
the ta, pron. p. n. (acc.)
the tes, art. f. pl. (acc.)
the tes, pron.p. f. pl. (acc.)
the tin, art. f.sing. (acc.)
the tin, pron.p. f. (acc.)
the tis, pron. p. f. (gen. - dat.)
the to (ton), pron.
the to, art. n. sing.
the ton, art. m. sing. (acc.)
the ton, pron. p. (acc.)
the tus, art. m. pl. (acc.) i.,
the u, pron. p.
the us, art. m. pl. (acc.)
the, art. e (m.), ta (n.)
the, art. f. e
the, art. f. pl. e
the, art. o (m.), to (n.)
their dik˛tto, adj.
them tus, pron. pers. m. pl. (acc.)
then toa, adv.
there ecý, us, adv.
they tos, pron.p. (gen. - dat.)
thief klettÓri, m.
thimble dattilýstra, f.
thin person lett¨ddhi, adj.
thing prama, n.
things guata, n. pl.
think, to pentzŔo, v.
thirstsikka, f.
thirty triÓnta, adj. num.
this uso (m.), usi (f.), utto (n.) -nominative- (this guy is...) tun¨ (m), tunýs (f.), tun¨ (n.) -genitive- (to this, of this) utton (m.), ¨ttin (f.), ¨tto (n.) -accusative- (I've seen this guy)
thousand chijÓ, f.
thousand chije, adj.
thread nnema, n.
three hundred trisak˛sce, adj.
three in the afternoon tokke, f. pl.
three tri (tria), adj.
threshing floor al˛ni, n.
throw, to pel˛, v.
thrush tzýkulo, m.
thunder pappanghýnghili, n. (inf.)
Thursday petti, f., also pŔfti
tie, to denno, v.
tightened sten˛, adj.
to, at, on es, prep.
today sýmmeri, adv.
tomato pimit˛ro, m.
tomorrow avvri, adv.
tooth donti, n.
torn spammŔno, adj.
touch, to, feel with the hands tantŔo, v.
towards rtea, prep.
track potimÓ, f.
track, kick potimÓ, f.
training, lessons masýmata, n. pi.
tread on, to pat˛, v.
tree Órgulo, m.
trip, to, to stumble truppŔo, v.
try, to jurŔo, v.
tube kann¨li, n.
Tuesday triti, f.
turn, to kuruddhŔo, v. vot˛, v.
turn, to vot˛, v.
turnips rapi, f.
twelve d˛deka, adj.
twig tzuppÓli, n.
twist, to, to bend (also "to make wrong") stra˛nno, v.
twisted, left, left-handed (also "wrong") stra˛, adj.
two diu, adj.
two hundred diak˛sce, adj.
two years ago pr˛pertzi, adv.
ugly ßscimo, adj.
uncle tio, m.
uncultivated (land)nikkiÓriko, adj.
underpants kazzunŔtti, m. pl.
understand, to no˛, v.
undo, to tzekÓnno, v.
undress, to tzepudýnno, v.
unearth, to tzech˛nno, v.
unearth, to, to dig tzech˛nno, v.
unleavened Ózzimo, adj.
unload, to tzefort˛nno, v.
unpick, to tzerÓfo, tzerÓtto, v.
unravel, to, to melt tzekÓnno, v.
until ris (ros), cong.
up there ecý panu, adv.
uproar derrÓsso, m.
urine kuturýmma, n.
use, custom pannÓtika, f.
useful, to be fel˛, v.
veilvelo n.
Vernole VŔrnula, m.
Vernolese vernulýto, adj.
very many poddhý poddhý, tosso tosso, adj.
very many tosso tosso, adj.
vest kurpŔtto, m.
vinegar atzýti, n.
viper vývera, f.
vomit, to vombikŔo, tzer˛, v.
vortex of windskarkanýtzi, n.
walk, to prat˛, v.
wall ticho, m.
walnut (tree) karidŔa, f.
walnut karýdi, n.
wandering vendor pannacciÓri, m.
want, to tŔlo, v.
warehouse of a liquid kÓtula, n. pl.
warm term˛, adj.
wart of the hand spraso, m.
wash, to (laundry) kofignÓzzo, v.
wash, to pleno, v.
watch, to kanon˛, v.
water ner˛, n.
water ner¨ddhi, n.
water, to potýzzo, v.
wave bbi¨ndo, m.
wax cirý, n.
we emý, pron.
weasel d˛ndula, f.
wedding armasýa, and stefÓnoma, n.
Wednesday tetrÓdi, f.
weigh, to var˛, v.
well kalÓ, adv.
wet, to, to soakpalŔno, v.
what? ti, pron.
wheat sitÓri, n.
when, as soon as osso, cong.
when? poa, adv.
when tappu, cong.
where ep¨, pu, adv.
where pu, adv.
which pleo, adj. and pron.
while ecý pu, cong.
whim pýccio, m.
whim, bald head zella, f.
whimper, to rungulŔo, v.
whining, spoiled varruto, adj.
whip vujýna, f.
white aspro, adj.
whiten, to (with lime) chrio, v.
whiten, to asprýzzo, v,
whitewashing of the house chrimmÓta, f.
who pu, pron.
who knows? Óremo, adv.
who who is is, pron.
whom tinon, pron. (acc.), (t)is, (nom)
whom, to whom, which, who ka, pu, cong. and pron.
wide awake, to wake up, to wake themselves tzunn˛, v.
wide platŔo, adj.
wife of the miller mulinÓrena, f.
wife, of the butcher vuccŔrena, f.
wild garlicskordari, n.
wild mint mentÓini, f.
wild mustard prosinÓpi, n.
wild oats skarfavýna, f.
wild onion lampa¨na, m.
wild turnip rap¨na, m.
will tŔlima, n.
wind into a ball, to tzekomb˛nno, v.
window portŔddhi, n.
wineskin (bucket of skin) ask˛, m.
winter scim˛na, n.
winter scimonÓriko, adj.
wish vula, f.
witch stiÓra, f.
with ma, prep.
with the mo, prep. art.
within (a house) essu, adv.
without sentza, prep.
wolf liko, m.
woman jinŔka, f. kristianý, f.
wood tzilo, n.
wool-winder anŔmi, f.
woolymaddhŔgno, adj.
work day kataperný, m.
work, to polem˛, v.
world kosmo, m.
worm skulýci, n.
wrap, to fasci˛nno, v.
wraps of the babies fascŔa, f.
year chrono, m.
yeast prozzými, n.
yellow cýtrino, sciÓleno, adj.
yellow sciÓleno, adj.
yellow, to luriÓzzo, v.
yellowed ngalunÓo, adj.
yes umme, adv.
yesterday ettÚ, adv.
yoke zio, m.
you es¨, pron. sing., esý, pron. pl.
you sa, pron. p. (acc.)
you sas, pron. p (gen- dat.)
you se, pron. p. (acc.)
you sena, pron. p. (acc.)
your, to you su pron. (gen. sing.)
young spouse, bachelor paddhikÓri, n.
zollinese tzuddhin˛, adj.
Zollino Tzuddhýnu, m.
zone, land for manufacture zona, f.

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